There are many important matters to consider when buying a new car, and something that often gets overlooked is a car’s reliability – or how long it will last before repairs are needed.
To help car buyers identify potentially troublesome cars, product review organization Consumer Reports conducted its latest annual reliability survey. This survey of owners’ experience with approximately 329,000 vehicles was used to determine how likely each model is to have serious problems.
While many different automakers and brands appear on this list, some appear more than others. Notably, Land Rover and Chevrolet have at least five models each with a predicted reliability score of just 1 out of 5.
Read the article at USA Today.